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The Borderline Recorded by Alabama Written by Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson
Dm C In a cloud of dust cross Texas south of San Antone A#7 A7 The lawman and the cowboy pushed their horses on Dm C Racin' toward the Rio running out of time A#7 A7 Dm They had to catch the outlaws before they crossed the borderline
C Well the lawman wanted justice the cowboy revenge A#7 A7 They tracked the outlaws' horses up to the river's edge Dm C And there across the Rio a badge ain't worth a dime A#7 A7 Dm The law was in their own hands once they crossed the borderline
C F A#7 C So they ride to the desert wind F A#7 C Down a dusty trail destiny begins A#7 C The heroes never turn or look back F A#7 C They just ride through the sands of time A#7 On the borderline
Dm C In the safety of the badlands the outlaws stopped their run A#7 A7 The campfire rings with laughter of evil things they've done Dm C How they'd taken all they wanted and killed the cowboy's wife A#7 A7 Dm And knew no one would follow them cross the borderline
C The lawman and the cowboy stepped out of the dark A#7 A7 And it was two against the twenty and every bullet found its mark Dm C And so goes the legend that out there in the night A#7 A7 Dm The two still ride together somewhere beyond the borderline
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